The Museum Of Modern ArtCurrently Closed
The Museum of Modern Art is not only famous for its extensive art collection, which includes artists like Roy Lichtenstein, Joseph Beuys, Andy Warhol, and Gerhardt Richter, but also for its bold architecture.
The museum has a triangular shape and is called "the slice of cake" by locals. The outside of the Museum of Modern Art alone would count as one of the city's major attractions. You are allowed to take a guide with you. If you are going with your child, then it would be a great idea as children often love this place.
Also, visit nearby attractions which are covered in Frankfurt itinerary 1 day.
- Don’t forget to see the collection of post-war art and other intereactive exhibitions for tourists.
- For adult 10 Euros and Children - 5 Euros.
- On the last Saturday of every month, entry to the museum is free.
- Am Kaiserplatz D– Typical Bistro
- Konrad-Adenauer– Chinese food
- NeueMainzer– International cuisine
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39.97% of people who visit Frankfurt include The Museum Of Modern Art in their plan
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38.69% of people start their The Museum Of Modern Art visit around 2 PM - 3 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see The Museum Of Modern Art
80.06% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Museum Of Modern Art
A great museum with a series of rather controvertial exhibitions on emigrants and refugees in the compemporary Germany. I was asking myself a question: where is the border between art and journalism? Can art exist whithout form, being a container of aesthetic values. Young artists seem to neglect form. I'm not criticising them, I'm just curious if such art can exist in a longer perspective...
Great museum and show but unfortunately trying to be hip and contemporary and slightly missing the mark. They should get under 30 unestablished artists and curators that address information age topics (that are not vr)
It’s shut. Reopens 26 October 2018.
Some exhibitions tend to be crazy and possibly disturbing to some people. I still enjoyed "I AM A PROBLEM" despite the imagery of vaginas, butts and self mutilation. It was also pretty cheap for students (4 bucks).
I am a problem is the best modern art exhibition I have ever seen. Absolutely shocking and makes you feel something